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Installation tells the story of iconoclastic businessman and art collector

The J. Paul Getty Museum opened today a new permanent installation that tells the story of its founder J. Paul Getty (1892-1976), the iconoclastic businessman and art collector who used the bulk of his fortune to create the global arts institution that bears his name. ?Through his generosity, J. Paul Getty had a vast and far-reaching impact on the worlds of art, culture and philanthropy.
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